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Sam Almy, a Data Analyst with Uplift Campaign, will discuss early results of the 2022 Arizona elections. He spoke to Democrats of Greater Tucson on November 28, 2022.

Sam leads Uplift’s data and ad ops departments.

Sam Almy, a Data Analyst with Uplift Campaign, will discuss early results of the 2022 Arizona elections. He spoke to Democrats of Greater Tucson on November 28, 2022.

Sam leads Uplift’s data and ad ops departments.

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Data Analyst Sam Almy Explains the 2022 Election

  1. 1. Democrats of Greater Tucson 2022 Early Vote Recap
  2. 2. Sam Almy – Data Strategist – Uplift Campaigns Formerly With AZ Democratic Party • Voter File Manager 2012-2019 • Made cool charts and graphs Currently With Uplift Campaigns • Place and analyze digital ad performance (Facebook/YouTube) • Works with all progressive candidates • Congressional, Statewide, Legislative, County, Municipal, and School Board • Tracks early voting for AZ • Makes cool charts and graphs
  3. 3. 11/8/2022 Returns Not Included 1.6M ballots returned before election day 2.58M Total ballots cast Dems had early ballot lead on election day Dems had TO advantage on election day 46% of voters aged 65+
  4. 4. 11/8/2022 Returns Not Included Older voters made up majority of early votes 45% of all early ballots cast were by Baby Boomers Millennial voters made up 25% of registered voters Millennial voters made up 13% of early voters Gen Z and Millennial vote share is expected to increase with new data
  5. 5. 11/8/2022 Returns Not Included Dem to GOP Ballot advantage +14k D 2018 Ballot advantage: +118k R GOP chose not to vote by mail Dem Turnout on par with 2018 Indy Turnout -5% from 2018 GOP Turnout -11% from 2018
  6. 6. Partial 11/8/2022 Returns Included Maricopa County In-Person Voting Included Dems had ballot advantage every day for first 3 weeks Republican daily advantage started day 22 Dems lead in ballot returns throughout early voting
  7. 7. 11/8/2022 Returns Not Included Pima County Data Only Dems lead in each LD returns LD 16 Dems lead in returns with Pinal County Included GOP had big returns on election day
  8. 8. Questions? • Yes, the presentation will be shared • Please ask questions not speeches • Early Vote Dashboard: www.upliftcampaigns.com/azballotreturns Contact: Email: sam@upliftcampaigns.com Twitter: @sfalmy

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